Ella M. Wallace
1944 - 2021
Ella M. Wallace
Visitation Information
There will be no public visitation due to Covid 19 restrictions
Visitation Location
Funeral Mass wil be recorded and a link made available in the video tab of this website.
Service Information
Service Date
Friday, April 30, 2021
Service Location
Private Family Funeral in St. Mary`s Church, Maryvale
Burial Information
Burial Date
April 30, 2021
Burial Location
Private family burial in St. Mary's Cemetery, Maryvale, NS
Requested Charity
Canadian Cancer Society or N.S. Heart and Stroke Foundation
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Wallace, Ella M., age 77, of Antigonish passed away in St. Martha’s Regional Hospital on April 26, 2021.

Born in Country Harbour Mines, she was the daughter of the late John and Gladys (Cooke) Henderson.

Ella worked at the Metropolitan Store in Antigonish for eighteen years.  She had a pleasant personality always happy to see family and friends, even when she was enduring pain in her final days.  She loved music and dancing and had a special place in her heart for all her grandchildren.

She is survived by her children, John Wallace (Claire), Antigonish;  Carmelita "Carmie" (Barry) MacInnis, Purl Brook; Carolyn Walllace (Darrell Ogilvie), Berwick; Marilyn (Anna) MacDonald, Ogden; Tyrus (Stacey) Wallace, North Grant; Robert (Karen) Wallace and George Wallace of Antigonish as well as her dearly loved grandchildren and great grandchildren.  She will also be missed by her sisters, Freda MacDougall, Halifax; Georgia Henderson (Elmer), Merland; Eleanor (Brian) Stewart and John Henderson both of Park Falls and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her companion, Mac Wallace; sister, Gladys;  and sister in law, Mary.

Due to Covid 19 restrictions there will be no public visitation.  A private funeral Mass will be held in St. Mary`s Church, Maryvale.  The service will be recorded, and a link made available in the video tab of this website on Friday afternoon.  Burial to follow the funeral Mass in St. Mary`s Cemetery. 

Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the N.S.Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Ella M. Wallace